Screening Literacy. European Report on Film Literacy (english version)


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Screening Literacy. European Report on Film Literacy (english version)

  1. 1. Screening Literacy. The European Report on Film Literacy _______________________________________ Bologna, 7 dicembre 2013 Simone Moraldi (FilCoSpe– Università degli Studi Roma Tre) –
  2. 2. Film Literacy. A definition ‘The level of understanding of a film, the ability to be conscious and curious in the choice of films; the competence to critically watch a film and to analyse its content, cinematography and technical aspects; and the ability to manipulate its language and technical resources in creative moving image production.’ (“Screening Literacy”, Executive Summary)
  3. 3. Film Literacy in Europe. Action lines within the European Programmes 2014-2020 FILM LITERACY CULTURE INDUSTRY COOPERATION CREATIVITY European film and audiovisual heritage Production value-chain Active citizenship Professional skills European film and audiovisual industry promotion Non-core skill Connection to producers Exploitation Access to heritage, understanding of film as an Social functions, social Audience development for artform, curiosity, capacity inclusions, local an European market to browse within the deep development sea of the market Audience building Handle the “todo” skills
  4. 4. Film Literacy in Europe Sotto-programma MEDIA Audience Development Media Literacy Cinedays Europe (2002) Piano Nazionale Cinema (MIUR, 1999-2001) Wim Wenders: il Thessaloniki cinema nei curricoli declarations scolastici (2009) “Audiovisual heritage and film education” (2003) Film Literacy
  5. 5. Screening Literacy, the European Report. Partners Agency Financing programme Consortium head Italian national partner Endorsement
  6. 6. Screening Literacy. The Report outcomes NATIONAL STRATEGY High degree of coordination between cultural and educational sectors Coordination between central and local administration Forced priority to the correct audience building free from the market influence EUROPEAN ADDED VALUE Best practice transnational exchange Transfer of innovation, translatability Strategic event of film and audiovisual promotion
  7. 7. Best practices in Europe A wider literacy (Northern Ireland Screen, Northern Ireland) Filmoteka Szkolna is based on a box of polish feature, documentary and animation films available to all middle and secondary schools in Poland free of charge Filmoteka Szkolna (Polish Film Institute, Poland) Cinema en curs (A bao a Qu, Catalonia, Spain) Le cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse (Cinémathèque Française, France)
  8. 8. 2014. An ipothesis of a strategic plan for Film Literacy in connection to the whole film and audiovisual value-chain Licensing for non commercial use Digitisation Pedagogic tools Multi-platform Heritage Quality product promotion Quality films for children Digital switch off School Young audience LLP Industrial value-chain Europe Structural funds Government-regions coordination NATIONAL STRATEGY Italian semester of presidency Audience building
  9. 9. THANKS! TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL REPORT: _______________________________________ Bologna, 7 dicembre 2013 Simone Moraldi (FilCoSpe– Università degli Studi Roma Tre) –